Setting Up Linux Server

Posted on June 03, 2005 in General News

This tutorial really should be titled "How to get your Debian server off the ground as quickly as possible", since it's based on minimal Debian Linux (stable) install.
Here you'll be able to get your box secured very quickly, and then get the services …

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Some Mac OS X Hacks and Tips

Posted on June 02, 2005 in General News

smash's world 6.8c: My Favorite Mac OS X Hacks and Tips --_ the offical homepage of Ben Guild (smash)

Microsoft Office: 100 tips and tricks

Posted on June 01, 2005 in Uncategorized

Office: 100 tips and tricks - Part 1 - Computeract!ve

Spybot Search and Destroy 1.4

Posted on June 01, 2005 in General News

Spybot Search and Destroy searches your hard drive for so-called spy- or adbots; that is, little modules that are responsible for the ads many programs display. Many of these modules also transmit information, including your surfing behavior on the Internet. If it finds such modules …

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Google's New Personalized Homepage

Posted on May 19, 2005 in Uncategorized

jgaynor writes "Citing user requests to coalesce it's disparate services, Google today released its new personalized homepage service. It allows you to arrange your Gmail, Google News, Google Maps driving directions, weather and a few select news services (including Slashdot) on a single page. Future plans include …

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HOW-TO: Turn your Mac mini into a media center

Posted on May 19, 2005 in Uncategorized

Yep, everyone's talking about using the Mac mini as a home media center, and there's a reason why: its diminutive form factor makes it a good candidate to fit unobtrusively into an existing audio/video or home theater setup. It looks more like a consumer electronics device …

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Linux and Mac OS X, all on one PowerBook?

Posted on May 17, 2005 in Uncategorized

In a bit of a break from business analysis, I thought it would be fun to post one of my more technical articles to re-establish my "geek cred", if you will. This article details the trials and tribulations of turning a perfectly good Apple PowerBook into a …

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20 Cool Tiger Features You Might Not Have Heard About

Posted on May 16, 2005 in Uncategorized

20 Cool Tiger Features You Might Not Have Heard About by Scott Knaster -- Even though Tiger has been out for a while now, many of its major features have nuances that haven't received much press--and there a zillion minor tweaks to discuss. Scott Knaster takes you on a tour of …

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Apple's Music Store now selling videos.

Posted on May 12, 2005 in Uncategorized


It appears that you can purchase certain music videos through iTunes and their Music Store. They are bundling them with the audio single releases as a bonus... Read More

Darwine: Run PC Executables in OS X

Posted on May 02, 2005 in Uncategorized

Although its still in its alpha stage and very buggy, this could be a promising app for any Mac user.